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Everett L. Mihlfeld

May 27, 1935 July 24, 2018
Everett  L.  Mihlfeld
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Everett Leslie Mihlfeld was born in Phelps County, MO on May 27th, 1935 to the late Stephen Mihlfeld and Roberta (Talbot) Mihlfeld. On August 10th, 1963 he married Evelyn Juanita Dieckman. Evelyn survives Everett and lives in Springfield, MO.

Everett worked at and retired from General Motors Corvette Division in St Louis, MO and Bowling Green KY after more than 30 years as a repairman and painter of Corvettes. After his retirement he lived in Springfield for 30 years. During this time he enjoyed traveling the Western United States with Evelyn until health issues intervened. And until his death he enjoyed being outdoors and especially working in his garden.

He died in his sleep at 8:45pm on Tuesday, July 24th at Cox South Hospital after a long and gradual decline in his health with Evelyn at his side.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by two (2) sons Lowell Scott Mihlfeld & Anthony John Mihlfeld.
His brothers, Robert Mihlfeld and Roy John Mihlfeld; and sisters, Jane Danforth, and Wanda Smith preceded him in death.

He will be greatly missed by his wife Evelyn and surviving family members which includes one son, Marshall Mihlfeld of Springfield, MO, grandsons, Benjamin Mihlfeld and Nicholas Mihlfeld, granddaughters, Leah Jacquin, Samantha Wilson and Hannah Mihlfeld; great grandchildren, Harper, Schylar, Piper, Dean, Ivy and Lorelei; daughter in-law, Robin (Fulgham) Mihlfeld; brothers- in-law, Norman Brown (Roberta), Frank Dieckman and Dave Lindner (Carol); and sisters- in-law, Carol Joyce Lindner (Dave), Betty Speer, and Dorothy Dieckman Also surviving Everett are his sisters, Roberta Brown (Norman), Rebecca Drennen, Mary King, and Norma Jean Ornsbey.

A graveside service will be held at 2pm Saturday, July 28th at the Mount Olive Baptist Church Cemetery in Doolittle, MO with a luncheon provided on site by Mount Olive Baptist Church. Memorial contributions are not requested but consider the Mount Olive Cemetery Association if making a contribution.


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